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Film Review: THE ZERO BOYS (1986)

Posted by on Sep 22, 2018

IMDb: The Zero Boys (1986) Director: Nico Mastorakis Stars: Daniel Hirsch, Kelli Maroney, Nicole Rio The Zero Boys, as it turns out, are a group of paintball and survival...

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MOTHER OF CALAMITY (2018) from Director Alessio Summerfield

Posted by on Sep 16, 2018

IMDb: Mother of Calamity (2018) Director: Alessio Summerfield Stars: Larissa White, Jackie Kelly, Clayton Burly Got 15 minutes, a sense of humor, and a desire to see a short form...

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Interviews

An interview with the hardest working ghoul in Australia: NIGEL HONEYBONE

Posted by on Apr 20, 2018

Nigel Honeybone is a popular independent skeleton who presents classic genre films on the Australian television show The Schlocky Horror Picture Show. Brandishing his extensive...

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Film Review: THE ZERO BOYS (1986)

Posted by on Sep 22, 2018

IMDb: The Zero Boys (1986) Director: Nico Mastorakis Stars: Daniel Hirsch, Kelli Maroney, Nicole Rio The Zero Boys, as it turns out, are a group of paintball and survival...

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MOLLY Swings Into Action October 2nd

MOLLY Swings Into Action October 2nd

Sep 12, 2018

In a Brutal Post-Apocalyptic World, One Woman Fights for Survival English-Language Dutch Action/Sci-Fi Thriller MOLLY Available Blu-ray, DVD and VOD October 2nd The English-language first feature from co-directors Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese, MOLLY premiered at the Imagine Film Festival, where Screen Anarchy raved, “like with Turbo Kid two years...

Film Review: PHILOSOPHY OF A KNIFE (2008)

Film Review: PHILOSOPHY OF A KNIFE (2008)

Sep 12, 2018

IMDb: Philosophy of a Knife (2008) Director: Andrey Iskanov Stars: Tetsuro Sakagami, Tomoya Okamoto, Yukari Fujimoto Philosophy of a Knife is a really interesting piece of filmmaking from Director Andrey Iskanov. It was released in 2008 by Unearthed Films, fully uncut in two parts. These two parts will walk you through four hours of absolute darkness and human...

First Look at HUMAN HIBACHI

First Look at HUMAN HIBACHI

Sep 11, 2018

Footage of a Japanese man documenting his girlfriends birthday. What he catches on film is the most vile, horrifying human acts imaginable. Mario Cerrito III owner of Cerrito Productions is releasing some stills to his new horror project a documentary styled film titled HUMAN HIBACHI. A Japanese man documents his girlfriends 35th birthday from the moment she...

Birthing Horror CYNTHIA Debuts on Digital and DVD this September 18th

Birthing Horror CYNTHIA Debuts on Digital and DVD this September 18th

Sep 11, 2018

CYNTHIA is a horror comedy from the mind of Girls and Corpses magazine creator Robert Rhine. In the film, a desperate mother gives birth to the most hideous child ever imagined. From directors Devon Downs and Kenny Gage, this title stars: Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween, 2007), Sid Haig (House of a 1000 Corpses) Bill Moseley (Repo! The Genetic Opera), Robert...

Film Review: HOLE IN THE WALL (2014)

Film Review: HOLE IN THE WALL (2014)

Sep 7, 2018

IMDb: Hole in the Wall (2014) Directors: Carolyn Baker, Steve Goltz, Greg Johnson, Rob Michels, Andrew N. Shearer, Kevin Sommerfield, Cory Udler, Derrick Carey Stars: Blade Braxton, Heather Dorff, Greg Johnson Reviewer: Adrian Hall It seems like you can’t move these days without bumping into another horror anthology, but the thing that makes Hole in the Wall...

Film Review: BAG BOY LOVER BOY (2014)

Film Review: BAG BOY LOVER BOY (2014)

Sep 6, 2018

IMDb: Bag Boy Lover Boy (2014) Director: Andres Torres Stars: Theodore Bouloukos, Jon Wachter, Kathy Biehl BAG BOY LOVER BOY (2014) is one of the darkest and funniest horror satires I’ve seen in a long time. It centers around a hot dog vendor that is a little slow. His mental quirks quickly get him involved with some shady characters that promise him fame...

Film Review: THE BASEMENT (1989)

Film Review: THE BASEMENT (1989)

Sep 6, 2018

IMDb: The Basement (1989) Director: Timothy O’Rawe Stars: Dennis Driscoll, Kathleen Heidinger, David Webber The Basement was released in 1989 and directed by Timoth O’Rawe. It takes classic elements of the framing story, and mixes them with the horrific and comedic elements found in your favorite episodes of Tales from the Crypt. In the film, four people...

THE BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL UNVEILS SECOND WAVE FOR 2018 EDITION!

THE BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL UNVEILS SECOND WAVE FOR 2018 EDITION!

Sep 5, 2018

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival unveils the remainder of our massive line-up for the third edition, now larger than ever before and spanning from October 11th – 18th with screenings and events across BK. The festival is thrilled to return to Nitehawk Cinema, Syndicated, LIU Kumble Theatre, Videology, and the Wythe Hotel Cinema. This year we’ll also be...